New Balance- 237 White/Biege/Black
The New Balance 237 silhouette's design dates back to the 1970s when recreational running was gaining momentum. The designers decided to take advantage of this and added modern technology with an aggressive design. Unlike the New Balance 327 sneakers, which also took inspiration from the '70s, the two-three-sevens have a softer sole, making them more suited for the streets and easy terrain. They combine a variety of traditional design inspirations into one seemingly simple and exceptionally versatile contemporary silhouette. So what are you waiting for? Put on the New Balance 237 sneakers and take a trip to the '70s.
- Suede - leather cut from the back, while the fibers remain on the surface, suede is less prone to damage than nubuck.
- Textile - is a lightweight material, which is offered in a very wide color scale and is mainly used for summer footwear.
- Midsole - Polyurethane foam - is one of the best thermal insulators, is lightweight, tough and windproof.
- Sole - Rubber - a material that is very easy to maintain and you will appreciate it especially in rainy weather.